Top 10 reasons to study law at Edge Hill University
Build your experience of advising real clients with genuine legal issues – providing free of charge legal advice to staff, students and members of the public.
Over 500 Edge Hill law graduates provide mentoring for our students by way of informal chats, careers talks and mentoring – as well as providing networking and work experience opportunities for you.
Get involved with educational visits, social events, a mooting society, networking events, an end of year awards dinner, and an annual Judge-Gatfield Negotiation Competition.
Practice your skills and challenge yourself with mooting competitions – a fantastic way to build your confidence and feel comfortable in a courtroom setting.
Our Law modules are taught by lecturers who are experts in their field – sharing knowledge and real-world experience with you. Staff specialisms include human rights, media law, international business law and sports law.
and visiting lecturers
Hear insights from experienced lawyers like Paul Tweed – a libel lawyer who has represented clients such as Britney Spears, Whitney Houston and Liam Neeson.
Past and present law students have visited courts including the Old Bailey, the Supreme Court and Parliament in London, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and the European Parliament and European Commission in Brussels.
Our dedicated law careers adviser is on-hand to help you explore your career options, whether you want to be a barrister, a solicitor or something entirely different. While you study, we’ll help you get into volunteering, secure a part time job, or develop your CV.
build your network
Attend annual law careers days and meet practitioners working in diverse areas of law, with the opportunity to network and explore career options in a relaxed environment.
new law and psychology building
and our £27m 24/7 Catalyst
Your study spaces include a Harvard-style lecture theatre in our Law and Psychology building, group and solo study pods in Catalyst, and of course the courtroom in our historical main building.
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